Hermitage Amsterdam
Biography of a building

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The Hermitage Amsterdam, known in the past centuries as the Diaconal Old Women’s and Men’s Home, has an astonishing and fascinating history. This book sheds light on its extensive past.

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Hermitage Amsterdam

The Hermitage building has served as an almshouse for poor widows, yet, at the same time, as a reception hall for kings. It housed the Dutch resitance in the Second World War, and today it hosts priceless works of art. This book is your guide through its history, which spans three centuries and features a large and colourful cast of characters.

Hermitage Amsterdam

The Hermitage Amsterdam takes it as their mission to draw upon art and history to inspire, enrich, and offer the opportunity for reflection. By way of their exhibitions and activities, the museum presents world heritage from the collections of various museums in innovative ways. The museum also houses collections from other museums, including the Amsterdam Museum, the Rijksmuseum (the exhibition Portrait Gallery of the 17th Century), and Museum van de Geest | Dolhuys (Museum of the Mind | Outsider Art).

The museum is housed in the Amstelhof, a historical building that used to be a home for the elderly from the late 15th all the way to the early 21th century. Only in 2007, the last residents were moved out of the building, which was in dire need of renovation. Two years later, on 20 June 2009 the Hermitage Amsterdam was opened to the public with the launch of the exhibition At the Russian court.

 

Pages

160

Binding method

Linen hardcover

ISBN

978-90-78653-84-4

Language

Dutch, English

Publisher

Hermitage

Author(s)

Hester Schölvinck, Roos Verkley

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Biography of a building

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